The Government of Canada is providing support for Okanagan youth to help them gain the skills, knowledge and experience they need to enter and succeed in the job market.
What does OK stand for?
OK stands for Okanagan (British Columbia, Canada)
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We have 8 other meanings of OK in our Acronym Attic
- On-The-Job Web (training)
- Orthodontic Jaw Wiring
- Open Jongeren Werk Lochem (Dutch: Open Youth Work Lochem; Lochem, Netherlands)
- Openly Jake Wrapper Servlet
- Czech Airlines (IATA airline code)
- Obvious Knowledge
- Occupational Knowledge International
- Ogre Kingdoms (gaming, Warhammer)
- Ohne Korrekten (German: Without Correction)
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of Penticton, British Columbia, Canada has been honored with a recognition by Okanagan Life in its selection of "Best Of The Okanagan Readers' Choice Awards.
Sally Harrison UE, Darlene Jones UE, and William Adams UE then went on to judge the students' exhibits that had a pre-confederation Canadian history theme at the sixth annual Okanagan Regional Heritage Fair held on 11 May at Vernon's at Schubert Centre.
That's when Okanagan winemakers, facing a new free-trade agreement with the United States, started ripping out the musky hybrid grapes they'd been using (mainly for jug wine) and furiously planting high-quality European varietals so that they could compete with American imports.
com mushroom and fresh-from-our-garden rosemary pancake, with eschatological pyres of hand lumberjacked fresh Cobble Hill Farm asparagus, honey roasted Okanagan shallots & [Spinnakers'] Scottish Ale vinegar macerated Okanagan cherries".
More than 100 inorganic chemists from five universities in Canada's two most western provinces were hosted by The University of British Columbia (UBC) Okanagan in Kelowna, BC, on May 12-14 for the 2006 Alberta/British Columbia Inorganic Chemistry Discussion Weekend.
and was working on a fox farm near Okanagan Lake when he received a phone call, followed by a letter, which would give his life a new direction.
Mission Hill Family Estate from the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia is the best-represented Canadian winery.